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Start: The hike starts at oygardsstol Kjerag Panoramic Restaurant which is located on top of the hairpin bends up from Lysebotn. There is a separate fee paying carpark and toilets designed for hikers. Description: The route starts at Kjerag...more
The nearly 10 km round trip hike only has three steep parts although walking the mountain ridge can also be challenging on a windy day. If you spend 30-45 minutes at Kjeragbolten, you can easily do it in four hours if you are a regular...More
The walk is difficult but the view is outstanding and absolutely worth it. You can refill your waterbottles with ice cold snow water that is perfectly drinkable so carrying more than 2 per person is completely unnecessary.
Trip starts from the praking lot at Øygardsstølen. The path offers a demanding and tiresome start, then a fairly steep descend to Litle Storedal and a steep climb up onto the Kjerag plateau. From here the walk is in almost flat and rocky terrain. All...More
We started at 9am, early enough to avoid the crowd. After having read some reviews that people had to queue on the track and wait up to 45 min to take a photo on the rock we feared of the same fate but were very...More
This hike took 6 hours round trip. Without stops to rest and get nourished...one might be able to do it in 5 hours. Take a pack pack with food and water and be sure to have a good pair of shoes. The hike itself goes...More
Very good way of spending a full day out. Not to forget to take proper outfit incl. shoes, water and some food. Parking costs 100 Norwegian krone's. The hike itself is not the easiest but it's not too difficult. Round trip takes at least 5...More
Relatively intense hike according to the weather. Good shoes are a must for a full experience, even in the summer time, to avoid slippery situations. Think about sun lotion and rain coat, warm and light clothes, you can never tell how it is going to...More
I stopped at Kjerag.
Get good shoes, plenty of water and go.
If you are not 10 or 60, you will have no difficulties.
Needs stamina but it is not technicaly difficult.
The views are amazing and the kjeragbolten is somthing to do one in...More